ClassPass is running a sweet promotion right now for referrals, so I thought what better time to share my experience!
If you’ve never heard of ClassPass before, let me explain it to you like this.
Have you ever been curious about a yoga studio, gym, or even massage parlor but didn’t want to commit to a membership right away? Or wanted to try out a few different places to find the ‘right feel’? Or maybe you just like to keep a change of location to keep things fresh and interested.
Well, ClassPass is your answer.
ClassPass gives you the option of a monthly pass for ‘credits’ that you can use to book classes at all types of different studios across your city and even the country.
Personally, I am very picky about what studios I like to go to. It’s not a thing about fabulous amenities (although that helps), but sometimes it helps just to feel it out and see how YOUR BODY SPECIFICALLY likes to move, and what kind of movements make you feel happy and excited. I’ve gone from going to barre religiously, to kickboxing, to yoga, and getting back into dance that I loved as a kid, and getting spa treatments in-between! There really are so many options.
I’ve used it in Denver of course, and when I’ve traveled to Los Angeles, and plan to continue to use it when I travel domestically in an effort to keep up my fitness (not to mention it makes me feel great! I also tent to treat myself to a well-priced massage using it while I’m ‘vacationing’.
The only thing I don’t particularly like about it is that if you book a class and then cancel within 12 hours or don’t show, you are charged a fee. But in reality, I suppose it is a good way of staying accountable to your fitness.
These are the types of classes I’ve booked with ClassPass already:
- Vinyasa Yoga
- Hot Yoga
- Infrared Sauna
- Total Body Conditioning
- Deep tissue massage
- Aerial (aka silks)
- Hip hop dance
- Contemporary dance
- Pole dancing
- Lash extensions
- Lash lift and tint
- Brazilian wax
and there’s so many more available to you!
During your first month, ClassPass offers you 21 credits for just $9. Most workout classes are between 3-7 credits.
Unfortunately, ClassPass no longer offers a “free” month if that’s what brought you to this page, but the lowest offer is $9 for 3-6 classes worth which is still a GREAT value for less than the cost of just ONE drop in class at any given studio.
After that, and the plan I’m currently on is $39/month for 21 credits, which I think is still a great deal and I’ve been on for over a year now.
Full Disclosure: I was not paid by ClassPass to write this article, all opinions are my own. Signing up through my link will give me discounts only on my own membership, which you can do once you sign up as well!